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FSR CB-12, CB-22

Ceiling boxes

These ceiling boxes are designed to conceal equipment above the tiles and blend with existing décor. With both agency and plenum ratings, the units are available in two sizes and six varieties with numerous options. A white rim-style door inserted into any ceiling tile is included on all boxes. CB-12s provide external ac receptacles in a 2'x1' enclosure, with four additional unswitched ac receptacles inside. CB-22 is 2'x2' for two full rack pieces of equipment or four half-rack pieces. It features an external ac receptacle and switch/circuit breaker on the ceiling surface, with five ac outlets for wall warts inside. CB-22S features an energy-saving built-in auto-sensor. It includes two monitored unswitched outlets, a main switch/circuit breaker and four switched ac outlets. The CB-12P, CB-22P and CB-22SP models include a 11/2" NPT fitting.
800-332-3771
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